Why would an answer disappear from my question?
Can people take back an answer once it's been submitted? Oops, that's two questions. Just puzzled.
Yes, the person who wrote the answer can edit, even delete it if they decide to do so. They have to do it within 10 minutes.
I think the Hubpages can come in and delete an answer if they feel they have some reason to do so. Otherwise, I believe the "asker" can also delete an answer, but I would imagine you would know if you'd done that .
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